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SMITH ACADEMY 



EDITOR'S LETTER 



Now that your "Echo" has arrived, you will be 
reliving the past school year and recalling all the 
memorable events. This is the first year that the 
"Echo" has donned stiff covers! The entire staff 
awaits your approval. Also notice the addition of 
such selections as the Class Banquet, Class Day, 
Graduation Formal Picture, Graduation Program, 
and candids. I hope you think that the hard work 
of the entire staff has been well worth its while. 

I would especially like to say thanks for the 
wonderful work done by the Business Manager, San 
dra Jablonski; Candid Editor, Shirley Widelo; Art 
Editor, Cynthia Karakula; and Photography Editor, 
Nancy Baceski. They were always willing to work 
on the yearbook and trying to make this one the best 
ever I 

Special thanks goes to Mrs. Spakowski, our ad- 
visor, and other faculty members, who showed so 
much co-operation and enthusiasm toward our year- 
book. 

Again may I say, that I, along with the entire 
staff, hope that you enjoy the yearbook. 



Sincerely, 

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Barbara J. Goclowski 
Editor-in-Chief 




DEDICATION 

In grateful appreciation, we the class of "1960" dedicate this, our yearbook, 
"The Echo" to you, John F. Symancyk. 

During the four years we have been with you, you have directed us with sound 
judgment and wise counsel. We respect you as a fine teacher and a wonderful man. 
In times to come, we hope you will help others as you have helped us. 

Therefore, it is with deepest humility and gratitude that we dedicate "The Echo" 
to you as a memorial to what you have done for us. 



YEARBOOK STAFF 

ADVISOR 
Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
Barbara Goclowski 



Barbara Filipek 



ASSISTANT EDITORS 



Kenneth Kulesza 



BUSINESS MANAGER 
Sandra Jablonski 

ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER 
Patricia Molloy 

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 
Nancy Baceski 



Sondra Kellogg 



Merle Omasta 



ASSISTANTS 
Barbara Novak 

CANDIDS EDITOR 
Shirley Widelo 

ASSISTANTS 
James Southard 



Carol Maslanka 



Kathleen Bucala 



Kathryn Rudy 



ART EDITOR 
Cynthia Karakula 

ASSISTANTS 



Maureen Molloy 



SPORTS EDITOR 
Anthony Symanski 



Robert Dulaski 



Sanford Belden 
Jack Baker 
Renee Magnin 
James Majeskey 
Paul Labbee 
Shirley Niksa 
Margaret Wilkes 
Clare Pickett 



ASSISTANTS 
John Ryan Frank Kempisty Mary Ann Osley 



GENERAL STAFF 
Carol Celatka 
Mary Pat Rogaleski 
Albert Cechvala 
David Byrne 
Elizabeth- Yanginski 
Patrica Wilkes 
Joan Goller 
Joyce Zehelski 



Henrietta Sliwoski 
Barbara Yarrows 
Richard O'Dea 
Sandra Nartowicz 
Carole Skorupski 
Jane Kabat 
Mary Dickinson 
Judy Porada 
















/ date do all that may become a man; 
Who dares do more, is none. 

SHAKESPEARE 




SUPERINTENDENT AND PRINCIPAL'S 

MESSAGE 




JOHN A. SKARYZNSKI 

"Remember Class of 1960, as you leave Smith Academy, whether you go to 
further your education or whether you seek employment for what might be your life- 
time profession, you are to become the future citizens and leaders of our nation. 
The strength of a democracy lies in the integrity of its citizens. Even in this space 
age, a life of character is a life dominated by true moral principles. The true leader 
knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way. The glory of our nation has been, 
that, in times of crisis, gifted citizens arise who, with a total commitment to the wel- 
fare of the nation, ignore personal popularity, and often financial gain, to serve the 
ends of justice. With these thoughts in mind, go and take your place in this ever 
changing world and may God bless you in your every endeavor." 



MRS. JOAN B. BISSLAND 

English IIA, IVA, Problems of Democracy, Civics, 
Guidance, Assistant Pro Merito Advisor, Freshman 
Advisor 

China doll - Warm personality - "My husband" - 
Loves to read - "Take off those hats! 1 !" - Shake- 
speare - "Please be quiet! !" 



MRS. MARY C. HOLDSWORTH 

Algebra I, II, Trigonometry, Calculus, Solid and 
Plane Geometry, Physics, Science Club Advisor 

"On the whole the tests were good! ! " - Brown eyes 
Impala - Surprise quizzes - "Pass in your scrap 
paper! 1" - Nice smile 



MRS. FLORENCE B. MULLER 

French I, II, Latin I, II, Assistant Principal, Music 
Advisor, Cheering Advisor, Student Council Advisor 

"Bonjour! !" - Quiet - "Don't fight it!" - Very 
helpful - Petite - "You must know your vocabulary!' 
- Proud of Wheaton - Friendly 




MRS. MARGARET P. PRUZYNSKI 

Typing I, II, Shorthand I, II, Bookkeeping, Secretarial 
Practice, School Paper Advisor, G.O. Fund Treasurer, 
Junior Advisor 

"You can tell the Juniors are here! " - Kind to every- 
one - Basketball fan! - 5 minute timed writing - 
Ready to give advice 



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MISS MARY E. RYAN 

English I, IB, IIIB, IVB, School Paper Advisor, Prize 
Speaking, Dramatics, Pro Merito Advisor 

"Orals!" - Wonderful friend - 6th period - "Learn 
your lines! !" - "Be quiet! !" - "Have a nice week- 
end! ! - Devoted teacher - Good mimic 




MRS. MARY A. SPAKOWSKI 

Home Economics I, II, Biology, General Math, 
Yearbook Advisor, Sophomore Advisor 

"Need any help??" - Likes to sew - "Have you 
girls cleaned this room??" - "It's just a stage the 
Sophomores are going through!" - "My scissors are 
missing! ! " - Quiet study halls 





MR. JOHN F. SYMANCYK 

U.S. History, General Science, General Business, 
World History, Physical Education Director, Base- 
ball Coach, Soccer Coach, Senior Advisor, Girls' 
Basketball Coach 

"Parliamentary procedurel!" - Hi-Fi fan - Lucky 
class advisor - Cadillac - Bow ties - "Learn to 
pivot! ! " 



MRS. MARIE P. SHEEHAN 
Secretary 




Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, 
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day, 
To the last syllable of recorded time; . , , 

SHAKESPEARE 





NANCY BACESKI 
" Nancy" 

Northampton, Commercial Course: Glee Club 1,2, 
3,4; School Paper 2,3,4; Thespians 1,2,3,4; School 
Play 1,4; Yearbook 3,4; Prize Speaking 3; Washing- 
ton Trip 4. 

"Why come?" - Neat dresser - JIMMY - Egg Salad 
Sandwiches - January 3??? - Loves Food - Burp, 
Burp" - Hamilton College - "Tobey" - New Year's 
Eve?? - Angle A - Hot Oldsmobile. 



JOHN BAKER 
"Jack" 

Greenfield, College Course: Yearbook 4; Washing- 
ton Trip 4. 

Twangy Guitar - "I Know" - Always fooling around 
- D. R. - Northern Lights - Mt. Snow - "What's 
homework?" - "Heyl" - Great Joker - "Dwayne." 



SANFORD BELDEN 
"Sandy" 

Northampton, College Course: Glee Club 1; Basket- 
ball 2,3,4; Prize Speaking 3; Yearbook 4; Science 
Club 4; Washington Trip 4. 

Twelve Points! - "The Great Borrower" - Outstand- 
ing Work Habits??? - Always Talking - Tragedy - 
"I've got a question! JOANNIE???" 



RUSSELL BROWN 
"Russ" 

New Port, Virginia, College Course: Glee Club 1; 
Soccer 3, 4; Washington Trip 4. 

"Little Squaw" - Expert on Chevys - "Hot motorcycle" 
- "Who wants tickets?" - Shut your DESK! - Asks 
fantastic questions. 



ROBERT DULASKI 
" Ching" 

Northampton, College Course: Yearbook 4; School 
Paper 3,4; Thespians 4; Glee Club 1; Soccer 4; 
Science Club 4; Basketball 1,2; Student Council 4; 
Washington Trip 4. 

Green and white Chevy - Math genius - Problems in 
Problems Class i - "Let's hold hands I" - Blond Hair • 
Nice Smile. 



BARBARA FILIPEK 
" Barbara" 

Northampton, College Course: Basketball 1; Prize 
Speaking 3; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
2,3,4; Pro Merito 1,2,3,4; Thespian 3,4; Yearbook 
1,2,3,4; Student Council 3; School Paper 3,4; Wash- 
ington Trip 4. 

Sh-h-h - "I lost my pencil case!" - Freckles - Kisses 
from heaven - Beach party - "Miss Jefferson" - Boys 
with blond hair! - BOB. 





BARBARA GOCLOWSKI 
" Barbara" 

Northampton, College Course: Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; 
Voice Class 2,3,4; School Paper 3,4; Yearbook 1,2, 
3,4; Thespian 1,2,3,4; School Play 1,4; Pro Merito 
1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Science Club 4; Class Secretary 2; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Girls' State 3; Safety Council Delegate 3; 
Washington Trip 4. 

"Let's see!" - Food - Great Personality - GORDIE - 
'55 Impala??? - A referee now? - B. U. - Smith 
Charities - Angle B - April 19 - Cary Grant. 



JOHN HOFFMAN 
"Johnny" 

Northampton, Commercial Course: Glee Club 1; 
Basketball 1,2,3; Soccer 3; Baseball 4; Washington 
Trip 4. 

"So what?" - Gets all his answers from GIRLS! - 

"All my homework's done!" -"Red" - S. N. -Blushes 

easily - North Main Resident - Fast typist. 



SANDRA JABLONSKI 
"Sandy" 

Northampton, College Course: School Paper 1, 2, 3, 
4; Yearbook 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Voice Class 3; 
Pro Merito 1,2,3,4; Cheerleading 3,4; Thespian 2, 
3,4; Basketball 1; Washington Trip 4. 

Always laughing - JACK - Westfield State - Jablondeaul 

- Trig - Peppy Cheerleader - Vitamins down the drain 

- Smile, girls! - Greenfield Prom - Pretty blue eyes. 



JOSEPH KALENTEK 
"Joe" 

Northampton, Commercial Course: Baseball 1; 
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1, Washington Trip 4. 

No drive-ins Open? - Oh, Carol - Letters - "Water' 
break - I'm gonna get married. 



CYNTHIA KARAKULA 
" Cindy" 

Northampton, Commercial Course: Basketball 1, 3, 
4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Thespian 3,4; School Paper 
3,4; Yearbook 2,3,4; Washington Trip 4. 

Blushes easily - BERNIE - Always Smiling - November 
13 - Jingle Bell Ball - Another poster? - Angle C - 
"21" - Guard making - 4 points - Blue Eyes?? 




JOHN KARAKULA 
"Augie" 

Northampton, Commercial Course: Basketball Man- 
ager 1,2; Glee Club 1; Soccer Manager 1. 

Florence resident - January 15 - Red and black Chevy! 
- Hello, cuz - Time for a break - Black hair. 





SONDRA KELLOGG 
"Gidget" 

Northampton, Commercial Course: Glee Club 1,2, 
3, 4; School Paper 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Thespian 
3,4; School Play 4; Cheerleading 3,4; Prize Speaking 
3; Class Secretary 4; Class Treasurer 3; Washington 
Trip 4. 

Stolen love letter! - Cute smile - "Can I see your 
homework?" - "Mary" - TOMMY - Salisbury Beach - 
Black Hawk - Spokesman. 



KENNETH KULESZA 
" Ken" 

Northampton, College Course: Glee Club 1; Class 
President 1,2; Pro Merito 1,2,3,4; Science Club 4; 
School Paper 4; Yearbook 2, 3,4; Prize Speaking 3; 
Bonneville Oratorical Award 3; Baseball 2,3,4; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3,4; Washington 
Trip 4. 

"World's greatest coal shoveler??" - Infinitesimal - 
"Jolly, Jolly! ! I" - No clean white shirts - Fig New- 
ton - Bachelor until 30??? 



PAUL LABBEE 
"Phrumper" 

Northampton, Commercial Course: Glee Club 1; 
Thespian 2,3,4; School Play 2,3,4; Baseball 1; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Prize Speaking 3; Yearbook 4; 
Class Vice-President 4; Washington Trip 4. 

"I give up! ! !" - Bongo Drums - Full of fun - Monty's 
man - Christmas Card??? - "I'm free!" - Always 
busy alter school - Jokes, Jokes ! 



RENEE MAGNIN 
"Renee" 

France, Commercial Course: School Paper 4; Year- 
book 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Washington Trip 4. 

Gum! ! ! - New Year's Eve Party?? - Oh, those Tigers! 
- STASH - Fooling with the boys - Parlez-vous 
francais? - RIOTS forever! - talkative - HotPontiac!! 



JAMES MAJESKEY 
"Jasper" 

Northampton, College Course: Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; 
School Paper 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 1,2, 3,4; Thespian 
1,2,3,4; School Play 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 2; 
Class President 3,4; Student Council 1; Pro Merito 
1,2,3,4; Prize Speaking 3; Science Club 4; Baseball 
1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Boys' 
State 3; Safety Council Delegate 3; Government 
Representative 4; Washington Trip 4. 

Milo's buddy - Great golfer? - Think or Thwim - 
Bo-Merle and me - "They laughed at Fulton." Big 
Wheel - Black Ford. 



EDWARD MALINOWSKI 
"Edziu" 

Hoyoke, College Course: Basketball 1, 2, 3,4; Base- 
ball 1, 3; Class Treasurer 1; Student Council 2; 
Washington Trip 4; Glee Club; Soccer Manager 1. 

"Are you satisfied?" - CONNIE - Gore Avenue - 
"Beanie" - Disowned cousins - Black bow tie! ! I - 
Genius. 





PATRICIA MOLLOY 
"Patty" 

Somerville, College Course: School Paper 3, 4; Year- 
book 2, 3,4; Class Vice-President 2; Class Secretary 
3; Thespian 4; Washington Trip 4. 

Cooley Dickinson Hospital - Shortie - School Paper 
Editor! - Fast talker - "Deadlines tomorrow, don't 
forget!" - Likes discussions - Black hair??? 



SHIRLEY NIKSA 

"Shirr 

Northampton. Commercial Course: Prize Speaking 
3; Thespian 4; School Paper 4; Yearbook 4; Washing- 
ton Trip 4. 

"Where do we go next?" - The 30th! - Flavorland, 
stop, stop! - "This, that and the next thing." That 
laugh - Spiders - Blue - Operation Petticoat. 



BARBARA NOVAK 
"Babs" 

Northampton. Commercial Course: Cheerleading 1; 
School Paper 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Thespian 2, 
3,4; Class Treasurer 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Washing- 
ton Trip 4. 

Pickles and ice cream - "Long, Long, Ago" - Pastel 
kneesocks - Always stook up - Sneakers - Blue skirt - 
Oh-h-h-h! "I didn't say that!" - Black and white 
Olds across the street. 



ROBERT NOVAK 
" Bobby" 

Northampton, Commercial Course: Glee Club 1; 
Basketball 1,2; School Paper 2, 3; Washington Trip 4. 

One of the Commercial Boys - Dress-Up Days - "Uh!' 
- Roller Skating - "Let me see!" PAT - "Like-al" - 
"Give it to me." 



RICHARD O'DEA 
" Tack" 

Northampton, College Course: Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
Baseball Manager 1; Thespian 2, 3, 4; School Play 2, 4; 
Basketball Manager 2,3,4; School Paper 4; Yearbook 
4; Washington Trip 4. 

Rosebud - Pneumonia - Great Manager - "I loved 
three girls and lost" - Tall and thin - A riot! - 
Green Chevrolet going around the square. 




MERLE OMASTA 
" Merle" 

Northampton, College Course: Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; 
Yearbook 3,4; School Paper 4; Thespian 4; School 
Play 4; Prize Speaking 3; Cheerleading 4; Washington 
Trip 4. 

6th period study - Great Kid - Big brown eyes I - 
Deerfield Academy - Myrtle - Funny faces?? - 
OLIVES - Franklin County Hospital. 





FRANCES PELIS 
" Fran" 

Northampton, Commercial Course: Glee Club 1, 2, 
3,4; School Paper 3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Thespian 4; 
Washington Trip 4. 

The 5 W's - Gray Thunderbird - "Oh, those hands!" 
- Mountain Park??? - ARTHUR - Hatfield Street - 
Green and white station wagon. 



KATHRYN RUDY 
"Kathy" 

New York, Commercial Course: Thespian 4; Year- 
book 3. 4; School Paper 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Washington Trip 4. 

"Beverly Heights" - JERRY - Dirty Leaves - ORANGE 
lipstick - One of the Fabulous Five - No more saucer 
pan rides??? - Birthday Party. 



RICHARD SADOSKI 
"Ritter" 

Montague, Commercial Course: Glee Club 1; Class 
Vice-President 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,4; 
Washington Trip 4. 

"One of the Big Five I" - A. I. C. Good dancer - 
"Shall we do it together?" - Quiet - River Road. 



JAMES SOUTHARD 
" Wigs" 

Northampton, College Course: Glee Club 1; Year- 
book 4; School Paper 4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Science Club 4; Prize 
Speaking 3; Washington Trip 4. 

Broken window! ! ! - "Ah! Come on!" - "I chose one!' 
- His cowboy hat?? - Always rocking back on his 
chair - The telephone pole. 



ANTHONY SYMANSKI 
" Tony" 

Northampton, College Course: Glee Club 1; School 
Paper 3,4; Yearbook 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 
1,2,3,4; Washington Trip 4. 

"Who's Elaine?" - Always blushing - Stands girls up 
- "Be serious!" - The dancing fool - "I wouldn't 
do a thing like that!" - Ray Bouchard's Number One 
Boy??? 



SHIRLEY WIDELO 
"Shirley" 

Northampton, College Course: Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; 
Voice Class 2, 3; Pro Merito 1; Yearbook 2, 3,4; 
School Paper 3,4; Thespian 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; 
Cheerleading 4; Washington Trip 4. 

The Great Pretender - Blond hair - New York, here 
we come - Barbara and her - Hampton Beach - 
"Scorekeeper" - Rhode Island State Police - Red and 
Black Pontiac. 





MICHAEL YANGINSKI 
" Mike" 

Northampton, College Course: Glee Club 1; Pro 
Merito 1; Soccer 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2, 
3,4; School Paper 4; Washington Trip 4. 

Say something, PLEASEI - Very quiet - Yo-Yo - 
Green sweater - Mowing lawns - Cartoons and more 
cartoons! ! ! - School Street - End Man. 



THIS IS YOUR LIFE — CLASS OF 1960 



In 1956, you were one of the thirty-three timid freshmen enter- 
ing Smith Academy. Since then the school has never had a dull 
moment. You were very happy to welcome two new pupils: Patty 
Molloy, a transfer from Northampton, and Sondra Kellogg, a transfer 
from Williamsburg. Under the trustworthy leadership of your class 
advisor, Mr. Symancyk, you held your first class meeting to elect 
your officers for the forthcoming year: President, Kenneth Kulesza; 
Vice-President, Richard Sadoski; Secretary, Betty Stempel; Treasurer, 
Edward Malinowski; and Student Council Representative, James Majes- 
key. After becoming accustomed to your environment, you were 
allowed to put on your first dance on April 26 which was a complete 
success. As the ending of your freshman year drew near, many of you 
were thinking how fast the year had gone by and about all the wonder- 
ful and eventful days to be remembered forever. 



After a restful summer, you came back to pick your class officers 
for the Sophomore year. They were: President, Kenneth Kulesza; 
Vice-President, Patty Molloy; Secretary, Barbara Goclowski; Treas- 
urer, James Majeskey; and Student Council Representative, Edward 
Malinowski. John Karakula joined your class in September and you 
very glad to welcome him. Remember how excited you all were the 
day you received your class rings? How thrilled you felt to have the 
security of belonging to Smith Academy and be part of its functions! 
That was the year you put on two school activities: The Autumn 
Leaves Hop and the Lollipop Hop. Many of your classmates went out 
for sports and did a fine job! 



Entering in September as a Junior gave you a sense that you were 
growing up and would soon be on your own in this wide world with 
many responsibilities. Class officers were elected: President, James 
Majeskey; Vice-President, Barbara Goclowski; Secretary, Patty Molloy; 
Treasurer, Sondra Kellogg; and Student Council Representative, Bar- 
bara Filipek and Kenneth Kulesza. You lost two students and gained 
two: Shirley Niksa, a transfer from Northampton High School, and 
John Baker, a transfer from Frontier Regional. That year you were in 
charge of initiating the humble Freshmen by having them perform 
ridiculous stunts and long speeches. In the middle of this unforgettable 
year, each one of you Juniors was required to deliver a declamation 
before the entire student body. Ten of you lucky people were then 
chosen to say your declamations at the Town Hall with Sondra Kellogg 
and Kenneth Kulesza coming to the top as the winners! You then ad- 
journed this year with the Junior Prom "Rhapsody in Blue." The hall 
was beautifully decorated in various shades of blue. 

Then it came - your Senior year! Your classmates elected to 
serve as your class officers were: President, James Majeskey; Vice- 
President, Paul Labbee; Secretary, Barbara Novak; Treasurer, Sondra 
Kellogg; and three Student Council Representatives, Barbara Goclow- 
ski, Robert Dulaski, and Kenneth Kulesza. One of the highlights of 
this year was the Senior Play entitled "Class Ring." You will certainly 
never forget your Washington Trip with its picturesque sights and un- 
forgettable times. On Commencement day, you stood on the stage 
of the Town Hall, wearing graduation caps and gowns, and waiting 
for the moment when you would receive your diploma. Like all other 
Senior classes, you were sorry to leave, but eager to start your life in 
this great world. 




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JUNIORS 



J. Zehelski, K. Bucala, E. Deres, M. Molloy, M. Buckowski, J. Goller, C. Celatka, 
A. Cechvala, P. Wilkes, C. Maslanka, Mrs. Pruzynski, D. Byrne, J. Porada, M. 
Osley, D. Hoffman, H. Wykowski, B. Pelis, R. Slysz, R. Osepowicz, R. Petrowicz, 
T. Michaloski, G. Osley, T. LaBelle, F. Betsold 




OFFICERS 

D. Byrne President 

P. Wilkes Treasurer 

C. Maslanka Vice-President 

J. Porada Secretary 

Mrs. Pruzynski Advisor 







SOPHOMORES 

H. Sliwoski, C. Banas, C. Zack, J. Sadowski, B. Yanginski, K. Petrowicz, S. Wilkes, 
J. Kempisty, M. Wilkes, P. Paciorek, M. Rogaleski, D. Rudy, R. Petrick, Mrs. 
Spakowski, C. Symanski, C. Pickett, R. Martino, D. Sikorski, P. Wykowski, R. 
Hebert, G. Sadowski, J. Rogalewski, T. Yarrows, C. Cichanowicz, R. Tobacco, B. 
Celatka, D. Petcen, B. Burke, R. Harubin, R. Daniels, J. Ryan, J. Penkoski, D. 
Englehardt, J. Wanczyk, R. Omasta, F. Kempisty 



OFFICERS 

Mrs. Spakowski Advisor 

C. Pickett - Secretary 

D. Rudy Vice-President 

R. Petrick President 

C. Symanski Treasurer 





FRESHMEN 

A. Karakula, B. Korza, E. Deres, R. Thayer, C. Betsold, M. Dickinson, J. Kabat, 
P. Wilkes, Mrs. Bissland, D. Snook, S. Nartowicz, B. Michajluk, J. Zembiski, B. 
Yarrows, C. Osepowicz, S. Bruscoe, B. Byrne, F. Godek, J. Smith, R. Kellogg, J. 
Zembiski, C. Skorupski. Absent when taken: M. Cahill 




OFFICERS 

S. Nartowicz Secretary 

P. Wilkes Vice-President 

J. Kabat Treasurer 

Mrs. Bissland Advisor 

D. Snook President 





01 It is excellent 

To have a giant's strength; 
but it is tyrannous 

To use it like a giant. 

SHAKESPEARE 






SOCCER 

FIRST ROW: R. Brown, R. Petrowicz, D. Byrne, R. Kovalski, J. Kalentek, T. Michal, 
T. LaBelle, J. Southard. SECOND ROW: R. Kellogg, J. Symancyk, R. Slysz, D. 
Petcen, R. Dulaski, M Wilkes, J. Rogalewski, B. Pelis, D. Rudy, F. Kempisty 




SITTING: M. Wilkes, T. Mical, R. Byrne, 
J. Kalentek. STANDING: R. Petrowicz, 
T. LaBelle 




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BASEBALL 

Left to Right: C. Symanski, W. Burke, T. Symanski, K. Kulesza, Coach Symancyk, 
J. Southard, M. Wilkes, F. Godek, M. CaHill. Missing when picture was taken: 
J. Majeskey 




BOYS' VARSITY BASKETBALL 

FIRST ROW: E. Malinowski, K. Kulesza, R. Kovalski, Coach Skarzynski, J. Southard, 
T. Symanski. SECOND ROW: J. Majeskey, W. Celatka, F. Godek, C. Symanski, 
M. Wilkes, T. LaBelle, S. Belden. THIRD ROW: Managers, D. Snook, C. Kovalski, 
R. O'Dea, A. Cechvala 

Smith Academy compiled a tremendous record of twenty-two wins against only 
two defeats on the hardwoods this year. The Falcons, while running up this tremendous 
record, captured the Hampshire League Crown, then stunned many schoolboy followers 
by winning the upset Western Massachusetts Tournament. The Falcons closed the sea- 
son when they lost a heartbreaker in the opening round of the New England Tournament. 
A multitude of credit is given to the great Coach, Mr. John A. Skarzynski. 



CHAMPS 




JIM MAJESKEY 



At 

TONY SYMANSKI 




J.V. BASKETBALL 

FIRST ROW: W. Burke, C. Symanski, M. Wilkes, R. Harubin, F. Godek, W. Celatka. 
SECOND ROW: Coach Andrews, J. Smith, D. Hoffman, B. Pelis, D. Sikorski, J. Ryan, 
M. Cahill, R. Omasta, Managers, C. Kovalski, D. Snook 



The JV team did an excellent job this season with a tremendous record of 18 wins 
and 1 loss. 



Smith School - won 33 - 29 

Easthampton - won 46 - 39 

Frontier Regional - won 40 - 37 

Easthampton - won 37 - 31 

Frontier Regional (Frosh) - won 57-43 
Smith School - won 52 - 32 

Frontier Regional - won 47-31 

St. Michael's - won 45 - 33 

South Hadley - won 48 - 38 

Pioneer Regional 



Amherst Regional - won 50 - 48 

Hopkins Academy - won 58 - 33 

Pioneer Regional - won 53 - 46 

Frontier Regional - won 37 - 30 

St. Michael's - won 40 - 39 

South Hadley - won 52-44 

Amherst Regional - lost 52 - 45 

Arms Academy - won 66 - 56 

Hopkins Academy - won 53 - 40 
won 43 - 31 




GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

B. Filipek, Manager; Coach Symancyk, M. Osley, Assistant 
Manager; C. Karakula, C. Maslanka, M. Rogaleski, B. 
Goclowski, J. Zembiski, K. Bucala, M. Dickinson, M. 
Buckowski, C. Celatka, B. Michajluk, J. Kabot, E. Deres, 

C. Betsold 



Although the girls' basketball team did not have a winning season, the players 
never lacked the courage or determination to give their opponents a good fight. 

The most exciting game of the year was a four point win over Huntington, during 
which the girls were under constant pressure from lack of time. 

Managers B. Filipek and M. Osley did a creditable job. 




CHEERLEADERS 

Left to Right: C. Pickett, S. Jablonski, J. Zembiski, M. Omasta, S. Widelo, J. 
Porada, B. Yarrows, P. Wilkes, S. Kellogg 



The girls, uniformed in striking purple corduroy skirts and weskits set off with gold 
buttons, did a fine job of leading the cheering section throughout the year. The squad 
was under the capable direction of their advisor, Mrs. Florence Muller. They were 
also helped greatly by Mitchie Stefancik and Georgie Ripka. 



3rd Place Trophy 

won at 

David Prouty Cheering Tournament 

at Spencer 




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the green holly; 

Most friendship is feigning, most 
loving mere folly: 

Then, heigh-ho, the holly! 

This life is most jolly! 

SHAKESPEARE 





STUDENT COUNCIL 

R. Dulaski, Mrs. Muller, K. Kulesza, M. Osley, B. Michaluk, A. Cechvala, B. 
Goclqwski, M. Rogaleski 

This year, the Student Council was very active in selling line-up programs at 
the various home games and by providing bus transportation to the basketball tourna- 
ment games. 




OFFICERS 

B. Goclowski Secretary- 
Treasurer 

K. Kulesza - - President 

R. Dulaski Vice-President 




Left to Right: S. Jablonski, E. Malinowski, Mrs. Bissland, Miss Ryan, S„ Belden, B. 
Goclowski, A. Cechvala, R. Sadowski, B. Filipek, K. Kulesza, J. Majeskey, D. 
Byrne, M. Wilkes, M. Rogaleski, C. Maslanka, M. Osley, R. Daniels, C. Zack, R. 
Hebert, B. Yanginski, S. Wilkes 



PRO MERITO 

This year the Pro Merito Society claimed twenty members who attained an aver- 
age of 85% or better. 



S. Jablonski Secretary 

S. Belden Vice-President 

E. Malinowski ------- President 

B. Goclowski Treasurer 





Left to Right: Miss Ryan, N. Baceski, P. Molloy, B. Novak, Mrs. Pruzynski, S. Niksa, 
F. Pelis, C. Karakula, S. Jablonski, R. O'Dea, S. Kellogg, K. Rudy, M. Omasta, 
B. Goclowski, S. Widelo, K. Petrowicz, J. Kempisty, R. Dulaski, M. Dickinson, R. 
Magnin, J. Porada, C. Maslanka, M. Rogaleski, C. Zack, F. Kempisty, J. Ryan, 
M. Yanginski, K. Kulesza, D. Byrne, T. Symanski, M. Wilkes, C. Celatka, M. 
Molloy, P. Wilkes, M. Osley, B. Yanginski, J. Zehelski, J. Goller, B. Yarrows, C. 
Banas, H. Sliwoski, B. Korza, J. Zembiski, C. Skorupski. 

SCHOOL PAPER 




EDITORS 

B. Novak -- Assistant Editor 

P. Molloy Editor -in -Cnief 

N. Baceski Assistant Editor 

F. Pelis -Production Manager 

S. Niksa Business Manager 




YEARBOOK 



N. Baceski, S. Jablonski, S. Widelo, B. Filipek, B. Goclowski, K. Kulesza, T. 
Symanski, C. Karakula, P. Molloy, J. Goller, J. Zehelski, J. Kabat, S. Nartowicz, 
M. Dickinson, M. Rogaleski, B. Yanginski, H. Sliwoski, Mrs. Spakowski, R. Magnin, 
F. Pelis, K. Rudy, P. Wilkes, M. Molloy, S. Niksa, S. Kellogg, C. Pickett, P. 
Wilkes, C. Skorupski, J. Ryan, D. Byrne, B. Dulaski, J. Southard, R. O'Dea, P. 
Labbee, S. Belden, C. Celatka, K. Bucala, B. Yarrows, M. Osley, J. Porada, C. 
Maslanka. Absent when taken: C. Banas, J. Sadoski, J. Majeskey, F. Kempisty, 
M. Omasta 



EDITORS 

S. Jablonski Business Manager 

B. Goclowski Editor-in-Chief 

B. Filipek Assistant Editor 

K. Kulesza Assistant Editor 








DRIVER'S EDUCATION 

FIRST ROW: R. Martino, P. Molloy, J. Sadoski, P. Wilkes, Mr. Skarzynski. SEC- 
OND ROW: J. Zehelski, J. Goller, M. Molloy, E. Deres, C. Maslanka. THIRD ROW: 
M. Buckowski, M. A. Osley, J. Porada, C. Celatka, K. Bucala. FOURTH ROW: 
J. Wanczyk, D. Hoffman, J. Rogalewski, G. Osley, R. Petrick. FIFTH ROW: J. 
Penkowski, R. Daniels, R. Harubin, D. Englehardt. SIXTH ROW: R. Petrowicz. A. 
Cechvala, T. Michal, D. Byrne, F. Betsold. SEVENTH ROW: R. Osepowicz, J. 
Baker, R. Slysz, W. Burke 



Drivers' Ed. was taught this year by Mr. Skarzynski with the help of Mr. McGrath, 
a coach and teacher from Smith School. 







GLEE CLUB 

SITTING, FIRST ROW: Mrs. Muller, Mrs. Norris, S. Kellogg, K. Rudy, B. Goclow- 
ski, N. Baceski. SECOND ROW: C. Karakula, R. Magnin, F. Pelis, B. Filipek, S. 
Widelo, S. Jablonski. THIRD ROW: C. Betsold, M. Dickinson, J. Kabot, B. Korza, 
S. Nartowicz, C. Skorupski. FOURTH ROW: H. Sliwoski, J. Sadoski, C. Banas, J. 
Kempisty, S. Wilkes, K. Petrowicz. FIFTH ROW: R. Martino, B. Yanginski, C. 
Zack, M. Rogaleski, E. Deres, A. Karakula. SIXTH ROW: P. Wilkes, J. Zembiski, 
J. Goller, M. Osley, J. Zehelski, P. Wilkes. SEVENTH ROW: C. Celatka, K. Bucala, 
C. Maslanka. STANDING: C. Pickett, J. Zembiski, J. Porada, B. Yarrows, B. Mic- 
haluk, R. Petrowicz, R. O'Dea, G. Osley, R. Wanyczk, T. Yarrows, R. Yarrows, R. 
Byrne 



The Glee Club had another enjoyable year of music under the direction of Mrs. 
Esther Norris and Mrs. Florence Muller of the faculty. 

The first event to take place was during Christmas time and the Smith Academy 
Glee Club and members of the Center School participated in it. It was about Christmas 
in Many Lands. 



The second event was a Spring Concert held May 6 in which both schools again 
took part. This time the music was from different eras of time to the present. 




S. Niksa, B. Filipek, M. Omasta, N. Baceski, S. Kellogg, J. Majeskey, S. Belden, 
P. Labbee, J. Southard, K. Kulesza. 






PRIZE SPEAKING 



Memorial Town Hall 
1st 



April 10, 1959 



He Never Asked That Anything Be Made Easy - Virginia Gordon 

Sondra Kellogg 
1st Not Guilty - Anonymous 

Kenneth Kulesza 
2nd My Island - Robert J. Gunder 

Merle Omasta 
2nd My Career in Sports - H. Allen Smith 

James Southard 
3rd Sixteen - Maureen Daly 

Nancy Baceski 
3rd Courage - Felix Holt 

James Majeskey 
4th An Imperial Secret - Alexander Dumas 

Barbara Filipek 
4th Million Dollar Challenge - Pat Frank 

Shirley Niksa 
4th Abraham Lincoln - Frank Ramez 

Paul Labbee 
4th A Man Don't Know What He Can Do - Elise Miller Davis 

Sanford Belden 




JUNIOR PROM 

CENTER: Judy Mullany, queen. Her court, left to right: B. Goclowski, S. Kellogg, 
last year's queen, S. Kubosiak, D. Burke, D. Kopec 

The theme of the prom was "Rapsody In Blue" with blue and silver predominant 
in the color scheme. The centerpiece was a blue-roofed wishing well, with a star 
studded enclosure set in a flower filled patio. On the stage a deep blue sky with a 
silver moon formed the background for the queen's silver throne and silver steps led 
up to her throne.. 




THESPIANS 

FIRST ROW: S. Kellogg, C. Masianka, A. Cechvala, M. Rogaleski, R. O'Dea, N. 
Baceski, C. Pickett, P. Labbee, B. Goclowski, D. Byrne, B. Filipek. SECOND ROW: 
M. Wilkes, S. Widelo, A. Symanski, C. Celatka, S. Jablonski, P. Molloy, Miss 
Ryan, C. Banas, H. Sliwoski, M. Molloy, P. Wilkes, B. Korza. THIRD ROW: S. 
Nartowicz, S. Niksa, R. Dulaski, J. Southard, R. Kovalski, C. Karakula, K. Rudy, 
K. Bucala, J. Ryan. 



The Thespians presented the three-act comedy, "Class Ring." 
N. Baceski - Toby, whose problems grew out of wearing Brose's class ring. 
J. Majeskey - Brose, owner of the ring. 
T. LaBelle - Kip, a talented high school actor. 
A. Cechvala - Dick, a suave and polished college man. 
C. Masianka - Kay, a shy girl Dick finally discovered. 

Others in the play included: B. Goclowski, R. O'dea, S. Kellogg, C. Pickett, M. 
Omasta, P. Labbee, M. Rogaleski, B. Filipek, D. Byrne, F. Kempisty. 



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TRIP 



Thursday, April 14 



Well, Thursday did finally come! 1 1 It was a beautiful day to. start a trip to 
Washington. By 9:30. thirty-one of us and our chaperon, Mr. Moczulewski, with the 
group from Hopkins and their criaperone, Miss Jacobus, were at the Northampton 
station anxiously awaiting the train. Our trip officially began when we met the Chester 
group and their chaperone in Springfield. Lunch on the train was eagerly awaited by 
all. After a hot, tiring, bumpy ride, we arrived in Baltimore, Maryland, at 5:45, where, 
motor coaches transferred us to the Old Bay Line pier where we boarded the City of 
Norfolk for an overnight sail to Norfolk, Virginia. Staterooms were assigned, and 
dinner was served en route. The evening was spent getting acquainted. 



Friday, April 15 

Everyone aroused cheerfully at 6:00 with a bright outlook for the day to come. 
We had breakfast aboard our steamer, City of Norfolk, and then boarded a bus for our 
pleasant trip to Williamsburg. At Williamsburg, we saw an interesting movie about 
restoring the colonial site and went on a guided tour which included; the old Capitol 
where Patrick Henry made his famous speeches and the Gaol where Blackbeard's pirates 
were imprisoned. While in Williamsburg, we ate dinner at the Colonial Restaurant, 
and then traveled to Jamestown and Yorktown. After a day of sight-seeing, we journeyed 
back to our boat at the Norfolk Pier. On boat, we ate supper and enjoyed an evening to 
ourselves. During the night, our boat ventured to Baltimore. 



Saturday, April 16 

Still traveling by boat, we all arose early full of vim and vigor to eat breakfast at 
7:00 in the dining hall. Then, at 8:00 we were on our way to Washington by the motor 
coaches. En route to Washington, we stopped to see the Franciscan Monastery, the 
newly built Immaculate Conception Church, and passed by the White House. We then 
arrived at the Annapolis Hotel, where we checked our baggage and were served lunch. 
After lunch, we went on a guided tour, which covered many interesting sites, such as 
the United States Capitol, the Supreme Court, and the Smithsonian Institute. After 
touring all day, we returned to the hotel to freshen up before supper. We had the night 
to ourselves and everyone took advantage of it. 



Sunday, April 17 

After a sleepless night, Easter Sunday, a beautiful sunny day was one of our busiest 
days. At seven, everyone went to his respective church and attended services. At 
10:00, following breakfast at the hotel, we left for an interesting tour of residential 
Washington. After we crossed the Potomac Paver, we found ourselves in Virginia. Our 
first stop was at Arlington Cemetery to see the Tomb of the Unknown Solider and the 
changing of the guards, and then to the famous Marine statue. Lunch was served at the 
famous Pen -Daw Restaurant. Traveling over the Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, we 
visited the famous home of George and Martha Washington, where we spent the re- 
mainder of the afternoon. Returning for dinner at the hotel, we then took a night tour 
to the Lincoln Memorial and the Archives Building where we saw the original copy of 
the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution of the United 
States. After we returned to the hotel, we had the evening to ourselves. 



Monday, April 18 

After having breakfast at the hotel, we then visited the Bureau of Engraving and 
Printing where we saw the printing of U. S. stamps, bonds, and paper money. We 
then went to the Washington Monument and many of us climbed to the top. After re- 
turning to the bus, we went to Union Station for lunch. Departing from the station at 
12:45 via the Pennsylvania Railroad, we arrived in New York at 4:35. We were then 
transferred by motor coaches to the Taft Hotel on 7th Avenue, at which time rooms 
were assigned. Following dinner at Maisel's Restaurant, we attended the Broadway Hit 
"Please Don't Eat the Daisies" at Radio City Music Hall. After the show we had the 
evening to ourselves, and many of us took full advantage of a night in New York. 



Tuesday, April 19 

Tired, we got up at 8:00 and had breakfast on our own. At 10:00, we had a choice 
of either going shopping or to the United Nations for a guide conducted tour. Here the 
group was split, but then joined for lunch at Maisel's Restaurant. At 2:00, we went by 
motor coaches for a guided tour of Downtown New York, passing through Wall Street, 
the Bowery, Chinatown, Fulton Fish Market, and the East Side. The motor coaches 
then transferred us to Grand Central Station and departure from New York at 5:05. 
Dinner was served aboard the train. We arrived in Springfield at 8:04 and waited for 
the train to Northampton until 8:30. We arrived at Northampton at 8:54 safe and sound, 
but everyone was exhausted from touring and insufficient sleep. All in all, everyone 
enjoyed themselves and would love to have the chance to go again next year. 



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CLASS WILL 



This is the last will and testament of the graduating class of 1960. The will reads 
as follows: 

BARBARA GOCLOWSKI leaves her diamond ring to Carol Banas who would certainly 
enjoy it. 

RUSSELL BROWN leaves his Indian reservation on Prospect Street to Frank Kempisty who 
is a better fit for wigwams. 

SANDRA JABLONSKI leaves her talkativeness to Mary Ann Osley. 

JOHN HOFFMAN leaves his real red hair to Barbara Yarrows. 

SANFORD BELDEN leaves his excess muscles to Robert Omasta. 

JOHN BAKER leaves his guitar talents to Edward Korza. 

JOSEPH KALENTEK leaves the drug store telephone to David Rudy. 

ROBERT DULASKI leaves his lucky pen to next year's basketball scribe. 

RENEE MAGNIN leaves her gum chewing in shorthand to Judy Porada. 

PAUL LABBEE leaves his bongo drums to George Osley. 

SONDRA KELLOGG leaves her cheering ability to Joanne Zembiski. 

SHIRLEY WIDELO leaves her height to Connie Zack (she needs it.) 

KENNETH KULESZA leaves his basketball turban to Charlie Symanski. 

CYNTHIA KARAKULA leaves her ability to charm South Deerfield boys to Joan Goller. 

BARBARA FILIPEK leaves her A's in French to John Ryan. 

ROBERT NOVAK leaves his moonglasses to Marty Wilkes. 

RICHARD O'DEA leaves his stubborness to Peggy Wilkes. 

RICHARD SADOSKI leaves his shorthand ability to Robert Slysz. 

KATHRYN RUDY leaves her shyness to Paula Paciorek. 

JAMES SOUTHARD leaves his problems class jokes to David Byrne. 

ANTHONY SYMANSKI leaves his blushing ability to Billy Burke. 

JAMES MAJESKEY leaves his conceitedness to Albert Cechvala. 



MICHAEL YANGINSKI leaves his artistic ability to Raymond Trembly. 

EDWARD MALINOWSKI leaves his basketball ability to John Ryan. 

JOHN KARAKULA leaves his extra cigars to Tom LaBelle. 

PATRICIA MOLLOY wants to leave her 6' 2" pictures of Ted Williams to somebody; 
but no one wants them. 

SHIRLEY NEKSA leaves her ping-pong paddles to Clare Galenski. 

BARBARA NOVAK leaves her office job to Cookie Bucala. 

MERLE OMASTA leaves her wild time on the Washington trip to Danny Snook. 

FRANCES PELIS leaves her temper to Judy Kempisty. 

NANCY BACESKI leaves her party throwing ability to the freshman girls. (Remember 
her 8th grade graduation party?) 

The Class of 1960 leaves to: 

MRS. PRUZYNSKI - another commercial boy group as outstanding as this one. 

MRS. MDLLER - a round trip ticket to Paris. 

MRS. BISSLAND - a year so that she can control the aisles. 

MRS. SPAKOWSKI - a boys' economic class. 

MISS RYAN - a typewriter so that the students won't have to write so much in class. 

MRS. HOLDS WORTH - glue so she won't have to drop pencils and chalk for boys to 
pick up. 

MR. SKARYZNSKI - a whip to wield his power. 

MR. SYMANCYK - one spare catcher's mask, which was lost in the Westfield Trade 
game. 

Being of sound mind and body, we hereby do certify that this is the last will and 
testament of the Class of 1960. 





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GRADUATION PROGRAM 

PROCESSIONAL 

THE NATIONAL ANTHEM 

INVOCATION Rev. William E. Dudley 

STUDENT SPEAKERS 

Challenge to the Individual 

Barbara J. Filipek ' 

Challenge to the World 

Kenneth H. Kulesza 

Challenge in Science 

Edward J. Malinowski 

MUSIC Glee Club 

PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT 

ADDRESS Dr. Kenneth Winetrout 

Head of Education Department 

American International College 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF AWARDS 

John A. Skarzynski, Principal 

PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS 

Mr. William H. Dickinson 
President of the B oard of Trustees 

CLASS SONG 

BENEDICTION Rev. Xavier S. Baranowski 

RECESSIONAL 



GRADUATION AWARDS 

PRO MERITO PINS - Sanford Belden, Barbara Filipek, Barbara Goclowski, Sandra 

Jablonski, Kenneth Kulesza, James Majeskey, Edward Malinowski, Richard 
Sadoski. 

HATFIELD LEGION AWARD, ORATORY MEDAL, AND U. S. SAVINGS BOND - 
Henry Wykowski 

CRISCO AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN HOME ECONOMICS - 
Patricia Molloy 

BETTY CROCKER AWARD FOR HIGHEST GRADE IN COMPETITIVE TEST - 
Barbara Goclowski 

HATFIELD BOOK CLUB AWARD FOR MOST PROGRESS IN HOME ECONOMICS ■ 
Patricia Molloy 

D. A.R. AWARD FOR QUALITIES OF LEADERSHIP AND PATRIOTISM - 
Barbara Goclowski 

VALEDICTORIAN MEDALLION - Edward Malinowski 

SALUTATORIAN MEDALLION - Barbara Filipek 

THIRD HONORS MEDALLION - Kenneth Kulesza 

GIRLS' AND BOYS' ACTIVITIES MEDALLIONS - Barbara Goclowski, James Majeskey 

GIRLS' ATHLETICS MEDALLION - Barbara Goclowski 

BOYS' ATHLETICS MEDALLIONS - Kenneth Kulesza, James Majeskey, Edward 
Malinowski, James Southard, Anthony Symanski. 

JOURNALISM MEDALLION - Barbara Goclowski 

ALL-AROUND STUDENT - Richard O'Dea 

RENSSELAER AWARD - FOR EFFICIENCY IN MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE - 
Edward Malinowski 

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR NURSING - Patricia Molloy 

DANFORTH LEADERSHIP AWARDS - Barbara Goclowski, Kenneth Kulesza 

LIONS CLUB AWARD TO FURTHER EDUCATION - Sandra Jablonski 

WOMAN'S ENDEAVOR SOCIETY AWARD - Barbara Goclowski 

M. LARKIN PROULX AWARD - Kenneth Kulesza 

THE PARENT -TEACHERS AWARDS - Barbara Filipek, Sanford Belden 



FUTURE PLANS 

Nancy Baceski Northampton Commercial College 

John Baker Service 

Sanford Belden Purdue University 

Russell Brown Smith Agricultural School 

Robert Dulaski Lowell Institute of Technology 

Barbara Filipek Boston College 

Barbara Goclowski Boston University 

John Hoffman Service 

Sandra Jablonski Westfield State Teachers College 

Joseph Kalentek Service 

Cynthia Karakula Northampton Commercial College 

John Karakula Pro-phy-lac-tic Brush Co. 

Sondra Kellogg Secretary 

Kenneth Kulesza Amherst College 

Paul Labbee Clerk 

Renee Magnin Northampton Commercial College 

James Majeskey Boston College 

Edward Malinowski Amherst College 

Patricia Molloy Cooley Dickinson Hospital 

Shirley Niksa Secretary 

Barbara Novak Northampton Commercial College 

Robert Novak Bently School of Accounting 

Richard O'Dea American International College 

Merle Omasta Franklin County Hospital 

Frances Pelis At Home 

Kathryn Rudy At Home 

Richard Sadoski Bently School of Accounting 

James Southard - Springfield College 

Anthony Symanski American International College 

Shirley Widelo Nasson College 

Michael Yanginski Service 



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This above all — to thine own self be true, 
And it must follow, as the night the day, 
Thou canst not then be false to any man. 

SHAKESPEARE 



PATRONS 



Philip C. Viscidi 

Happy Henry 

Francis J. Mutter 

Vic Waryas 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. MacDonald 

William Roman 

A Friend 

Arlene Derwiecki 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cutter 

A Friend 

Mr. John Filipek 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duga 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bokina 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Malinowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Skorupski 

James McGrath 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Godek 

Mrs. Henrietta Rogalewski 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sheehan 

Paul Levitre 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kugler 

Eugene Jandzinski 

Mr. and Mrs. David Omasta 

Mr. and Mrs. John Kovalski, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Skorupski 

Mrs. Stella Merski 

Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Sanford 

Mr. and Mrs. John Stenglein 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Backiel 

Mr. and Mrs. T. Stota 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Novak 

Mr. John Stenglein, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Celatka and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snook 

Miss Alice Denn 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodward 

Mr. and Mrs. William Burke, Jr. 

A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Kabot 

Kate Howard 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Flouton 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Marcinowski 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cichanowicz 

Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Start 

Mr. and Mrs. John Fortsch 

Mrs. Krowczyk 

Mr. and Mrs. William Parmeter 

Mr. and Mrs. Ondras 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Paszek 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dwight 

James Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mullany 

Miss Jean Fortsch 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Vollinger 

A Friend 

Rev. Michael Havilir and Family 

Master Daniel R. Cady 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skorupski 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baceski 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cialek 

Mr. and Mrs. Merill Siemonka 

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Duga 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Belden, Jr. 

Elizabeth Vachula 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lyman 

Robert Daniels 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Michajlek 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Osepowicz 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Prucnal 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Engleharc 

Mr. and Mrs. George Omasta 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jablonski, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Paniczko, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Belden 

Mr. and Mrs. James Mullins 

Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace R. Gallant 

Mrs. John Zack 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Balise 

Mr. and Mrs. William Podmayer 

"Heinie" Betsold 

Mr. and Mrs. Hunnewell Braman 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wilkes 

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Boyle 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petcen 



PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cernak 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Sheehan 

Mrs. Joseph G. Smith 

Susie and David Skarpetowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Vollinger 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Sheehan 

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Osley 

Mr. and Mrs. William Boyle 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Novak 

Mr. and Mrs. John Shea 

Mrs. Edward J. Majeskey 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Yanginski 

Mr. and Mrs. John Holhut, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Zembiski 

A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carl 

Mr. and Mrs. George Peabody 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baceski 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wilkes 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Maiewski 

Mr. and Mrs. John Brassard 

Mr. and Mrs. William Erman 

Mr. and Mrs. Luther Belden 

Mrs. George Belden 

Marian Maksimoski 

Champ Dickinson 

Edward S. Dickinson 

Martin Bye 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kubilis 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thayer 

Siegfried Hermann 

Richard C. Stevens 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Symanski 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lisewski 

Edward P. Goller 

Raymond Russell 

Mr. and Mrs. George Goller 

Ed and Stella Talenda 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goller 

Mrs. Roger Korza 

Steve Bruscoe 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kowalski 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dippolt 



Mr. and Mrs. George Rogalewski 

Mr. and Mrs. Betsold 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Filipek 

Mrs. Leak B. Niksa 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pickett 

Margret P. Ryan 

Mary E. Ryan 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Day 

Col. and Mrs. James H. Day 

Alex Celatka 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Byrne 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pelc 

A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ursia 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dulaski 

Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Rogalewski 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kirkpatrick 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Klekot 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Novak 

Mr. and Mrs. George Moskowicz 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cahill 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Malinowski, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Potyrala 

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bielunis 

Mr. and Mrs. John Bye 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belden 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Karakula 

Mr. and Mrs. John Rudy 

A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Zygmont Dzwill 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalenski 

Mr. and Mrs. Connie Pelis 

Mr. and Mrs. John McLeod 

Mr. and Mrs. David Lizek 

Mr. and Mrs. G. Deinlein 

Mr. and Mrs. John Cantwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Sid Carl 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winters 

Mr. and Mrs. William Wilkes 

Mary Vachula 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yanginski 

J. Henry Charlebois 

Mr. and Mrs. John Goclowski 



LABBEE AUTO BODY 



Complete Body Repairing and Refinishing 



Linseed Road 



West Hatfield, Mass 



Tel. CH7-5109 





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PIONEER BOWLING CENTRE 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



TOW. SW. KAZIMIERZA 



Gr. 1965 Hatfield, Mass 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

VICTORY MOTORS 

OF NORTHAMPTON 

Cadillac and Pontiac 

and 

Victory Homes Co. 

145 King St. Northampton 

Builders of Line Homes and National Homes 
W. H. ORMOND SR. W. H. ORMOND JR, 



Your Class Ring Is Your 
Most Treasured Possession 



JOSTEN'S 

ED CULLEN 

101 Loretta Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



Compliments of 

AHEARN FUNERAL HOMES 

-Established 1890- 
Northampton Florence 



HENRY KUGLER & SON 

LOVE That LARK 
by Studebaker 

Authorized Sales and Service 

Guaranteed Used Cars 

Justice 4-7200 , King St. and Damon Rd 

Northampton 



Compliments of 



ZGRODNIK TOBACCO CORPORATION 



^^^■^^^ Compliments of 


1 


1 Mil 


) SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. 




ROEBUCK.ANDCO , 

L A 








Northampton, Mass. 


Compliments of 


RUSSELL'S SANDWICH SHOP 


RAY and MARY 


"From a Snack to a Meal" 


Food at Its Best 


Tel. CH7-5071 


HIGHWAY GARAGE 


Complete Trucking and Automotive Repair Service 


Wrecker Service 


North Hatfield Tel. CH7-4511 


E & J CIGAR CO., INC. 


Wholesale 


Cigarette and Food Vending Machines 


21 Conz St. Tel. JU 4-3900 Northampton 



Compliments 


PLEASANT MARKET, INC. 


of 


Foods of Finest Quality 


HATFIELD 




POLICE ASSOCIATION 


2 1 Main St . 
Northampton, Mass. 


Congratulations, Graduates 


■ 


From Northampton's Newest, 
Smartest 


STEWART'S 


Menswear Store 


COLLEGE TOWNE SHOPS 


CAHILL & HODGES CO. 


9 6-98 Main St. 


Northampton, Mass. 


Northampton, Mass. 


Compliments 


For the Best in Flowers 


of 


WILLIAM H. DWYER 


BIDWELL TRAVEL SERVICE 


Florists 




Corner of Main St., and Crafts Ave. 


7 8 Main St . 






Northampton, Mass. 


Tel. JU 4-3485 


Phone JU 4-37 84 


Compliments 


Compliments of 


of 


MONTGOMERY WARD 


ANN AUGUST'S 


CATALOG STORE 




12 Crafts Ave. 


Northampton, Mass. 


Northampton, Mass. 



MISS FLORENCE DINER 

AND 


AGNES-DONALD, INC. 


ALEXANDER'S BAR & GRILL 


Moriarty Furniture 


Catering is our specialty 


Tel. JUstice 4-3330 


-Always good food- 






Northampton 


Telephone 




Hatfield CH 7-27 81 


Compliments of 


DONNIS 




LUMBER COMPANY, INC. 


HATFIELD OIL CO. 


"Everything for the Builder 
and Home Owner" 


CHARLES LABBEE 


Elm St. Hatfield 






Compliments of 


HOWARD JOHNSON'S 


HAMPSHIRE SUPPLY 


West Hatfield, Mass. 


King St. 




Northampton, Mass. 


McCALLUM'S 


R. C. BARSTOW 


Northampton's Largest and Only 


TRUCKING CO., INC. 


Complete Department Store 

* Open MONDAYS 

* SHOP Daily 9:30 to 5:25 


102 Middle Street 
Hadley, Massachusetts 


* Open Thursday Evenings 

Till 8:25 
Free Charge Accounts 


Telephone Northampton JU 4-2 523 
Serving New England - New York 


Delivery "Welcomed 


New Jersey 



BARRETT & BAKER'S 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

306-310 Main St. 
Greenfield, Mass. 



Compliments of 




FOOTIT REAL ESTATE 



AL 3-2582 



Amherst 



DAN'S GULF SERVICE 

48 No. Pleasant St. 
Amherst, Mass. 

Tune Up and Electrical Work 
Tel. AL 3-9293 



BRANDLE'S 



Main St . 



Northampton 



MRS. BRAINERD 
West Hatfield, Mass. 

THE JENNY LIND MOTELS 

The Jenny Lind The Triangle 
CH 7-5502 CH-7-2871 



WW 



Duncan Hines 
Superior courts unlimited 



Best of Luck 
to the Class of '60 

NORTH HATFIELD CLUB 

WALTER DULASKI, Manager 
Fireplaces - Picnic Grounds 



Athletic Supplies 

T. A. PURSE GLOVE CO. 

15 State St. 
Northampton, Mass. 



NORTHAMPTON RADIATOR 
CO., INC. 

Welding - Painting 
Radiator Repairing a Specialty- 
Reasonable Rates 

Phone JU 4-2204 346 King St. 
Northampton, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

A FRIEND 


Compliments of 

ESQUIRE 

CLEANERS & LINEN SUPPLY CO. 

Rentals of all types 

Formal wear 


H. L CHILDS & SON 

Painting and Paperhanging 
Contractors 

Retail Store, 25 State Street 
JU 4-2604 Northampton 


ZENAN J. BARSH 

Mason Contractor 
Dwight St. Hatfield 
Tel. CH 7-4111 


ROBERTS BROTHERS 

POULTRY FARM 
Native Poultry Eggs 

Tel. CH 7-5019 Maple St. 


Buy or Sell With Confidence Thru 

S|jp ROGALESKI 

REAL ESTATE 

8 Maple St. Hatfield 
Tel. CH 7-3411 


Compliments of 

PETE'S MARKET 


Compliments 
of 

HATFIELD 
AMERICAN LEGION 

POST NO. 344 



NORTHAMPTON 


Compliments of 


SPORTSMEN'S CENTER 


GEOFFREY 


104 Damon Road 


SCHOOL OF DANCING 


Northampton, Mass. 


Main Street 
Easthampton, Mass. 


Tel. JU 4-5777 


Tel. Studio 2 684 
Toe - Ballet - Acrobatic 




Moderne - Jazz - Adagio 


ComplLnents of 


• 

LASALLE FLORISTS 




Whately 


PALL MEL STEAK HOUSE 






Tel. So. Deerfield 




NOrmandy 5-4527 


Compliments of 


Best Wishes to the 
Class of '60 


GRAVE'S RESTAURANT 


THE TRIPOD 


Routes 5 and 10 - Whately 


CAMERA SHOP, INC. 


Tel. South Deerfield NO 5-9 611 


Northampton, Mass. 




"MORT ALDEN" "AL MULLER" 


LANG 
MOTOR SALES, INC. 


Compliments of 


9 Northampton St. 
Easthampton, Mass. 


DEERFIELD 


Easthampton 241 


LUMBER COMPANY 


Established - 1923 


100 Elm St. So. Deerfield, Mass. 


Dodge Plymouth 





Compliments of 


HATFIELD DRUG 


PETER KUBOSIAK 


Prescriptions at their best 


Old Fox Fertilizers 


Free Delivery Service 


Warehouse, Elm St., Hatfield 


E. M. FRODYMA, B.S. 
Reg. Ph. 


Telephone CH 7-2381 


57 Main St. Hatfield 




Phone CHestnut 7-5505 


HATFIELD DAIRY 


AUCTION GALLERY 




OF PIONEER VALLEY, INC. 


Daily Delivery of Milk and Cream 






54 Main St. Hatfield, Mass. 


JOSEPH WENDOLOWSKI, JR. 
Prop. 


Telephone CHestnut 7-5022 




J. E. PE TRICK - Auctioneer 


Tel. CH 7-5566 






Compliments of 


Compliments 
of 


MICHAEL S. RAFFA 




Dealer in 




Grain, Roofing, Cement, Paint 


REV. X. BARANOWSKI 


Building Materials, Fertilizer 




Tel. CH 7-4770 


H. A. DRAGON 


Compli 


ments 


Compliments of 


OPTICIAN 


o 


f 


W. T. GRANT CO. 


49 Locust Street 


SPRUCI 
RESTA1 


: HILL 
JRANT 


41 Union Street 


Northampton 


Hadley, 


Mass . 


Easthampton, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

HELEN TODD 

Interior Decorator 

16 Crafts Avenue 
Northampton, Mass. 


PIERCES PAINTS 
h 
ART STORE 
196 Main St. 
Northampton 
Supplies for Proms 
and 
Dances 
Picture Framing 


Compliments of 

WHALEN 
GAS h HEATING 


Bottled under the 

authority of the 

Coca-Cola Co. by the 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 

of Northampton 


Compliments 

of 

CZELUSNIAK 
FUNERAL HOME 


' WHATELY 
SEW SHOP 

h 

BALDYGA'S 

PACKAGE STORE 

Rtes. 5 and 10 

Whately 

Free Delivery 

Tel. CH 7-5006 


Compliments 
of 

TONY'S SERVICE 
STATION 

Tel. CH 7-5555 


Compliments of 
S. M. BOURDON 


MASLANKA BROS. 

Growers of 

Potatoes - Spinach 

Squash 

Hatfield, Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

PELC'S CAFE 


Compliments of 
HERLIHY'S 

7 6 Maple Street 
Florence 


Compliments of 
FRANK WIDELO 

Welding 
Tel. CH 7-5528 





Tel. PR 2-6622 




Best Wishes 


CARL'S TEA ROOM 


GRIBBON'S MUSIC 
HOUSE 


GREETINGS 


RESTAURANT 


"The Spot to Buy 




Homemade Ice Cream 


Records" 


211 Main Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


Sandwiches - Dinners 

2 65 Main St. 
Greenfield, Mass. 


112 Main St. 
Greenfield, Mass. 


In Greenfield It's 


C om plim e nt s 


BAUCOM'S 


WILSONS 


of 


TEXTBOOK 




EXCHANGE 


One of New England's 

Finest Department 

Stores 


GEORGE F. CRAMER 
Amherst, Mass. 


10 8 No. Pleasant St. 
Amherst 


For Service 


Compliments of 


Imports - Mail Orders 
African Carvings 
Large asst. in 


AMHERST CLEANERS 
DYERS 


LEADER BOWLING 
ALLEY 


stock 

VISITORS WELCOME 

GIFTS 
INTERNATIONAL 


Amherst, Mass. 


Amherst, Mass. 


85 Main St. 
Amherst, Mass. 


THE SPECIALTY 
GIFT 

TOY SHOP 


HOUSE OF WALSH 
"More Than a 

Toggery - 
A College Institution" 

Southwick Suits 


ROSE'S 
RESTAURANT 

American- Italian 
Polish Food 


98 No. Pleasant St. 
Amherst 


Custom Clothing 

Ladies' Country 

Clothing 


Tel. JU 6-0826 
Rt . 5 near 
Laurel Park 


Hallmark Cards 


Amherst, Mass. 


Northampton, Mass. 



DEARING'S 


Compliments 


LOUIS KANDSZ 


JEWELRY, INC. 


of 


Wholesale Farm 


67 Union Street 
Ea sthampton , Ma s s . 


WALTER'S 
APPLIANCE 


Produce 

Potatoes and Onions 

a Specialty 


Exclusive in Keepsake 
Diamond Rings 


FURNITURE, INC. 
Hadley, Mass. 


River Rd . 
Whately, Mass. 

Tel. NO 5-3807 


ROY'S TEXACO 






SERVICE 
Get the Best 


Routes 5 and 10 


Compliments of 


at Roy 's 
Corner Main 


TOM'S 


HOSLEY BROS., INC. 


and 


Grinders, Hot Dogs, 


Chevrolet- Old smobile 


Sugarloaf St. 


and Sandwiches 


Sales - Service 


South Deerfield, Mass. 
Phone 
Normandy 5-2035 


of all kinds 


South Deerfield 
Mass . 


HARRY'S MEN SHOP 


GEORGE F. 
CRAMER, JR. 


LEO'S SERVICE 
STATION 

17 Russell St. 




61 Main Street 


Hadley, Mass. 


Greenfield 


Amherst, Mass. 


Phone JU 4-8073 


Compliments of 


CHICK'S 


RICHARD'S CANDY 




LUNCHEONETTE 


KITCHEN 


RENDEZVOUS CAFE 


FRANK CACHOWSKI 




& 


Prop. 


Deerfield, Mass. 


REST, INC. 


3 2 Elm St. 






NO 5-9691 


Fresh Candy 




South Deerfield 


Made Daily 



Compliments of 


Eat and Enjoy 




CLARENCE 
WOLFRAM 


Potato Chips 

Cheese Corn 

and 


Compliments of 
FINE'S ARMY-NAVY 


The Complete Line 
of GE Appliances 
and Freezer Rental 
Service 


Norma-Lee Candies 

MANHAN POTATO 
CHIP CO., INC. 
92 King St. 


STORE 
37 Main St. 


North Hatfield, Mass. 


Northampton 


Northampton 


For Men of Today 
and Tomorrow 


Auctioneers 


Compliments of 


DANIEL'S 


MAMAS ANTIQUE 


HIGHWAY CLUB 
Lobster, Steak, 


Fine Clothing for 


SHOP 


Chicken 


Over Half a 
Century 


Routes 5 and 10 


Banquets 
Routes 5 and 10 


16-18 Main St. 
Northampton, Mass. 


North Hatfield 


West Hatfield, Mass. 
Tel. CH 7-5511 


Compliments of 
LABBEE'S SERVICE 
STATION 


DZWIL AUTO BODY 
Auto Body 


Compliments 


JOHN LABBEE 


and 


of 


Prop. 


Service Station 


State Rd. 


Tel. CH 7-4211 




West Hatfield 


West St. 


VALLEY AUTO TRIM 


Tel. JU 4-683 6 


West Hatfield, Mass. 




For Good Schooling 


Compliments 


Compliments of 


SMITH 


of 


JOHN T. MAR TULA 


ACADEMY 




INSURANCE 


For 


AQUA VITAE 


AGENCY 


Good Seafoods 


RESTAURANT 




Try 




245 Russell St. 


JACK AUGUST'S 


Hadley 




Northampton 




Hadley, Mass. 





THE CEDAR CHEST, 

INC. 


Compliments of 


Compliments of 






177 Main St. 


your 


DAVIS 


Northampton 




ENGINEERING 




A & P MANAGERS 


CO. 


Bedspreads - Curtains 


and 


Linens - Draperies 






Tel. JU 4-3860 


CLERKS 


Compliments 
of 


Compliments 


NELSON'S 

Furnishings 
Men's Sportswear 




of 


"Just a few steps 


PLEASANT 




off Main" 


MARKET, INC. 


CAHILL &r HODGES 


14 Center St. 
Northampton, Mass. 


WALTER E. DENNY 


HARMONY SCHOOL 

OF MUSIC 

191 1/2 Main St. 


WHMP 
Your "Campus 


OPTICIAN 


Northampton 


Favorites" 




Tel. JU 4-8019 


Station 


20 1 Main Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


Specialized 

Instruction 

in All Instruments 

GUS PERFITO 

Orchestra 


The Best in 
Music and News 
The "Greatest" 
in Record Hops 


WHALEN 
STATIONERY 


HELEN'S HAIR 


PARSONS ELECTRIC 
SHOP 


&T 


STYLISTS 


OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 




28 Center Street 


School Needs 


Slenderizing 
and 
Make-Up Dept. 

155 Main St. 
JU 4-4861 


Northampton, Mass. 


Portable Typewriters 

153 Main St. 
Northampton 


Everything 
Electrical 

Since 1900 



ED RICHARDS JR. 



FRANK T. WOODWARD 



Congratulations to the Class of I9 60 
From 

WOODWARD INSURANCE AGENCY 



GORDON A. WOODWARD 



"GORDIE 1 



Best Wishes to the Class of '60 
from your yearbook photographer 

ARLENE STUDIO 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 
HENRY HERMAN 213 Main Street Northampton, Mass 



CONN. RIVER STOCK FARM 

Home of 
JACK FLANAGAN 2:01 

RHAPSODY 2 yrs. 2:06 



CARLSON'S 

Clothing 

for 

Men and Boys 



Northampton, Mass 



JOHN S. WIDELO 
& SONS 

Maintenance 

Welding 

Construction 

Equipment 

Tel. Hatfield 
CH 7-5095 



Thanks 



to All 



Our Patrons 



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